Sounds cool Jerry. I wasn't familiar with Burma Shave until the 1970s. We had a local (well, Charlotte.....50 miles from here) amusement park open. The double wooden coaster there, Thunder Road, had/has Burma Shave signs on the first/giant incline. I love me some roller coasters. Talkin' about my mom also makes me think of one, the "Swamp Fox" in MB, SC. They said they were gonna tear it down back a while, don't know if they ever did. Yep, bumper cars, rootbeer floats and the Swamp Fox. Wish I could've been there.Heres the real kicker I know where some of the Burmashave signs are still visable.I might have to take a ride and photograph those before they disapear forever if they havent already.Some things are good about living in a hillbilly state.We still have Mail Pouch barns and some of those yellow stores with the cigar adverts on front.They are all slowly disapearing havent seen any of the Royal Crown Cola signs and billboards in few years.
I feel a photographing roadtrip coming up.
hey Phil u were born July 2 1955, I was born sept. 6 1955 I'm an old fart to 21 year old mind with a well used 52 year old body , So yelp I remember these! Those were the good old days , I had a lot of fun back then how about you ? :boss::006:
Doggy Doody! LOLThat was neat Phil. I can't say I remember all that, some yes.
We still had Sadie Hawkins dances when I was in HS, I think they still do; and hose with seams are cool imo. I buy some every once in a while, 'cept you can buy pantyhose that way now :big_smile:.
Bumper cars and rootbeer floats will always remind me of my mom, she loves both of those things.
What was Howdy Doody's brother's name?
What was Howdy Doody's sister's name?
What was Howdy Doody's dog's name?